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Hang Out with These Five Trailing Houseplant - Ed's Plant Shop

Hang Out with These Five Trailing Houseplant

There’s nothing more alluring than adding houseplants to your space. Trailing and hanging plants are great choices to add serene beauty to any area. From indoors to patios to workspaces, they just add a perfect amount of flair. The hanging & trailing plants with frenetic bursts of dangling leaves popping out of the hanging basket can undoubtedly enhance the ambiance around. We have listed our top five best trailing houseplants from our collection to give your space a scintillating look. 

Philodendrons

best trailing plant

The Philodendrons genus comprises various varieties of delightful foliage plants. They are the best choices for beginners as Philodendrons are easy to grow and require minimal maintenance. Most of the common Philodendrons generally have heart-shaped leaves in bright and glossy green color. They can thrive indoors in low indirect light conditions. Philodendron Brasil, Philodendron Micans, Philodendron hederaceum are some of the Philodendron plants from our collection that you can get to add that natural tropical touch to your space.

‘Pearls & Jade’ Pothos

‘Pearls & Jade’ Pothos

This is one of the great vining plants from the Pothos family that belongs to the genus Epipremnum Aureum. It has striking variegated shades of leaves in gray-green color with white edges.  One of the most favorable best trailing indoor plants is ‘Pearls & Jade’ Pothos, which can grow well in both soil and water. People also believe that they bring good luck, wealth, and prosperity to your house. 

Hoya Carnosa

hoya carnosa

Hoya Carnosa, also known as Wax Plant, is one of the best trailing plants. Hoya is a flowering plant with fascinating waxy leaves that blossoms well with little care. They have trailing woody stems that look wonderful in hanging baskets or pots. Hoya Carnosa, ‘Krimson Queen’ Wax Plant, is one of this family’s most coveted and sought-after plants. #HoyaHeads - A popular hashtag with over 103K+ posts on Instagram by Hoya Carnosa lovers displays the prominence of this houseplant. 

Monstera Siltepecana 

best trailing houseplants

This is one remarkable and best trailing plant from the Monstera genus. Monstera Siltepecana has lance-shaped leaves in grayish-green color with hues of dark green veins. The unique shade of leaves gives the plant a distinctive look that stands out from the rest plants from the Monstera family. Monstera climbs like a vine and brightens up your space with a picture-perfect view. Besides, it can thrive both indoors and outdoors. 

Tradescantia Lilac

hanging and trailing plants

Tradescantia is a fast-growing, joyful, and flourishing succulent. Let them blossom through hanging baskets or add them at your window-side; Tradescantia Lilac looks fantastic in every space. They have fleshy leaves in green, lilac, pink, and cream shades. Prune this plant when needed to help them grow, flourish and stay green all year round. 

Give Your Space A Magnificent Look 

You definitely should have a trailing plant to add a lively vibe and feel to your home decor. They look interesting while dangling down from the hanging baskets. There are many varieties of vining, trailing, and hanging plants. You can explore the best buying hanging and trailing plants with ED’s Plant Shop. Most of them are easy to take care of for trailing plants and are great for novice gardeners.

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